Fernando Perdomo is a powerhouse of the LA music scene who lives and breathes music LA Weekly dubbed him as “The millennial answer to Todd Rundgren.” A veteran at 37, he has made a name for himself as an in-demand producer, singer/songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist.
He is a featured guitarist in the Netflix documentary Echo In The Canyon where his is seen backing up Jakob Dylan, Fiona Apple, Brian Wilson, Norah Jones, Regina Spektor, Cat Power, and Jade Castrinos. He is also played on every track on the official soundtrack album of the film along with Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Josh Homme as well as the aforementioned artists.
As a session guitarist and bassist, he has played on three number 1 Albums from Christian Castro, Paulina Rubio, and Tego Calderon. He has played on records by Jakob Dylan, Linda Perhacs, Emitt Rhodes, Todd Rundgren, Ruby Friedman, Curved Air, Louise Goffin, Dave Kerzner, Creed Bratton, Elizaveta, Hilary McCrae, Andy Pratt, Jorge Moreno, Beny More and many more. He has performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Late Late Show with James Corden, Good Morning America, The Today Show, NPR's Live From The World Cafe, and Sabado Gigante.
Fernando owns and operates Stairway Studios in Los Angeles. He has produced hundreds of records. He has also created music for commercials for Target, McDonalds, Honda, Toyota, Dunkin Donuts, Coca Cola, and Goya. Library music created by Perdomo has bee used in Dexter, CNN's The 90s, Pitbull's and Parolees,Melrose Place, Real Housewives, Bone Collector, and many more.